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Internment-to imprisons someone.

Honoring- worship/praise

Considered- to judge something

Raids- a sudden attack

Unfortunately – suffering from bad luck

Pearl harbor – a naval base

Confused- disordered

Hysteria – state of extreme motion

issei- Japanese immigrants

Nisei- japanese born in america

 

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primary source #2: Japanese instruction poster

primary source #2: Japanese instruction poster | Japanese interment | Scoop.it
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it is a poster from the u.s. war time civil control administration. it adresses to people of japanesse ancestry. it show instuction of what to do. it tells us the histeria going that went on. the poster is from the west. they had to pack all their belonging of sell them.

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connection 1:Antonin Scalia supreme court justice

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g tThe Supreme Court Justice warns that, in wartime, legal norms can be swept away

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antonin scalia is a supreme court justice. He was talking to a group of students at the  university of Hawaii. he said that fred korematsu was wrong. korematsu being a Japanese-american civil rights activist. he said that anything is legal during war time.  he said that the supreme court shouldn't have let that go.

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secondary sources: #1Exploring Japanese American Internment

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Explore the World War II Internment of Japanese Americans through online video clips, text and photos.
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The Japanese bombed America on December second. There were many FBI raids for the Japanese. The removal of Japanese was called executive order 9066. They were told to carry what ever they could carry. There was an Incarceration of over 110,000 Japanese Americans.

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secondary sources: #2 Japanese-American internment stories

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Densho is a nonprofit organization started in 1996, with the initial goal of documenting oral histories from Japanese Americans who were incarcerated during World War II.
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I learned what was done to help the Japanese. I learned that they weren’t given much help. I learned what the Japanese were doing inside the camps. I learned what they gave the Japanese. I leaned what the Japanese were doing outside the camps. I learned when they got out of the camps

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primary source :#3Japanese leaving

primary source :#3Japanese leaving | Japanese interment | Scoop.it
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it is a picture from 1942. it shows japanesse people leving. they are going to the interment camps. they have limited supplies on them. their luggage is being collected. their is a  large  number of people. they all look confused and lost

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primary source:#1 a letter from eisenhower about the japanese

primary source:#1 a letter from eisenhower  about the japanese | Japanese interment | Scoop.it
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it a letter from general eishnhower to mr.rowe. he talked abotu what to do with the japanese.he wanted the help of the FBI. he wanted to search the homes of peple of japanese ancestery. he considered them to be a threat. he wanted full authority over the matter.

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connection 2:Honoring A Japanese-American

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Fred Korematsu fought the WWII internment of Japanese-Americans all the way to the Supreme Court.
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fred korematsu was a japanesse-american civil rigths activist. Illinois is honoring mr.korematsu by making a day for him. the day will be januray the 30th. this makes illinois the fourth state honoring a japanesse civil activist.  mr. korematsu fougth against the supreme court that relocating the japanesse was uncostituitional. mr. korematsu unfortunately died.

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secondary sources:#3 Digital History

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Digital History enhances history teaching and research through primary sources, an online textbook, extensive reference resources, and interactive materials.
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Many people were for the idea of incarcerating the Japanese. I learned Roosevelt signed for the Japanese to go to camps. They relocated the entire west coast Japanese population. Lives inside the camps were very horrible and traumatizing. Lives in the camps were highly regulated.  

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